Malay Restaurants in Kajang – 8 Restaurants
And the peanut sauce is mixed with sambal to create a sweet and spicy taste. You can see they aren’t stingy with the peanut sauce, you can request as much as you want.
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Why do I still choose M'sia rather than Haji Samuri? Well, good question. Cause it's near for one and it's not that pack and the enviroment also cleaner and not that hot. haha~! See, enviroment is very important also. The whole meal cost me RM 22.50. (Rating: 3.8 out of 5.0)
It's said to be the best satay in Kajang. The environment is clean and neat. The taste is not as good as their branch in Damansara Uptown, PJ. The meat is a bit hard because of overcook.
Very Bad service with very rude waiters. Satay is not that great either. Best advice not to go there. Just get your local satay.